ODOT relies on high quality traffic data to support its planning, engineering and operation activities. This section is responsible for programming, collecting, analyzing and reporting traffic monitoring data for interstate, US and state routes in Ohio. Traffic monitoring data includes vehicle volume, vehicle classification and weigh-in-motion. Data is collected using manual, portable (road tube) and permanent Automatic Traffic Recorders (ATR) and Intelligent Transportation Systems (TIS) methods.
Annual Adjustment Factors
Annual average percent change in traffic volumes from year to year by functional classification.
Axle Correction Factors
Average axle correction factors are calculated for each functional class
Daily Vehicle Miles Traveled (DVMT)
Daily Vehicle Miles Traveled is a simple mechanism to measure how much traffic is flowing along a roadway in a 24-hour period.
Hourly Percent by Vehicle Type
The percentage of car and truck traffic for each hour of the day by roadway functional classification.
K & D Factors Reports
K and D Factors derived from ODOT's Automatic Traffic Recorders (ATR).
Monthly Variation Reports
Comparing the average daily traffic volumes for each month by functional class of highway.
Statewide & Regional Traffic Analysis
ODOT recognizes decreased traffic counts are a sign of Ohioans working together to stay in place.
FHWA Vehicle Classification Scheme F Report
Shows the 13 different vehicle types collected by ODOT's vehicle classification counting equipment.
Seasonal Adjustment Factors
The values in these tables are used to adjust short-term traffic counts (24 to 48 hours) to an Average Daily Traffic (ADT) volume.
Traffic Monitoring Management System (TMMS)
ODOT's web mapping tool for traffic monitoring, aka Traffic Counts